As with all pastoral care issues, we take E-Safety very seriously. Inappropriate use of technology and social media is one of the most important welfare issues our children and young people face. As a result, the school has established an E-Safety committee designed to examine the impact and provision of E-Safety issues within the school community.
We also subscribe to an E-safety consultancy service and this service provides a range of newsletters that support parents through the complexities of E-Safety. These newsletters are available to download and parents are encouraged to read them and discuss the various issues highlighted with their children.
For further information about E-Safety, please contact the Pastoral Deputy, Mr Angus Calder:
Discussion with Prep School Parents on E-Safety
Karl Hopwood's WBS Talk Follow Up Notes